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# Math in 357

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Chart that walks the students through finding the LCD and making new equivalent fractions with the LCD. Bottom has review of LCM questions.
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This tool can be given to students who are struggling with converting rational numbers. There is an example along with the steps for converting fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions.
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This tool can be used to help struggling students with adding and subtraction rational numbers. It goes through finding the LCD and using the integer rules to add the numerators. Three scaffolds are printed on the page so you can cut them into
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This is a scaffold used to reinforce the rules for adding and subtracting integers. Gives the rule and an example.
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Posters I made to hang the standards up in my sixth grade classroom. The background is blue chevron, but if you email or message me I could change the color of the background for you after you purchase, enjoy! :)
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A dice game for middle schoolers involving subtracting integers with dice. Use after you taught the rules for subtracting integers.
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This is an absolute value word problem scaffold.You can give this to your kids who are struggling with determining what operation to use when solving an absolute value word problem. There is an example at the bottom.
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Scaffold for writing proportional equations in the form y=ax.
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This template I made that is to help guide students to take notes in Math. I use the Four-Step Plan in my lessons (I call it the UPSCheck though) and this note sheet encompasses it. I usually fill in the examples if they are word problems so the
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This is a worksheet I created for students who were struggling with complex fractions in 7th grade. I use it to show students the steps needed to solve problems involving complex fractions and it is an organized chart to help them solve problems.
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Here is a weekly template for teachers of middle school that teach 3 classes. The font I used is called "generous script," I am not sure where I downloaded it from, but you can change the font to whatever you want. Enjoy :)
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Here is a resource I gave students to help them understand complex fractions. I used it for struggling students after I taught the lesson.
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A tool used to show the steps for simplifying radicals.
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I use this when I am planning a unit. I list out the lessons of that unit for the week and my "watch list" are the students who scored in the bottom third of the class on the pre-test to keep an eye on for the week. Watch list could also rotate each
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This is a tool I use in my classroom to help students problem solve. It helps students to understand, plan, solve, and check their work. I usually print 2 pages to one paper and make it double sided so the kids have the steps on one side and the
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Scaffold used to help students multiply rational numbers and convert mixed numbers to improper fractions.
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This is a great resource for your lower level learners that might need a scaffold to help them set up a proportion for percentages.
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Great worksheet to get the students ready for adding fractions with unlike denominators. Separates the steps into a chart and makes breaking it down easier.
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This is an activity to do when studying magma, lava, and volcanoes.
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This is a tool with an example to help students simplify expressions with exponents and the product law.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I'm in my third year teaching at a NYC JHS. I taught 6th grade my first year and now I teach 7th grade Gen. Ed and Honors!

MY TEACHING STYLE

I teach using Workshop Model, but I make it fun for the kids! I do my best to incorporate hands on activities in the Work Period for the students to explore. My whole room has a "Growth Mindset" theme and I'm all about positivity and positive self-talk in the classroom!

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated from MSMC with a B.A in Mathematics and certifications in Child Ed. & Special Ed (1-6). I went for my Master's at St. Joseph's College and graduated with a M.A in Literacy (B-6).